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Water Conditioner Technical Specifications

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WaterMax ® Water Conditioner Specifications
60 Series 63MAQ1 63BEQ1,2 63MXQ1 63MDQ 62AMQ1  62APQ1  62AKQ 62AJQ3
Max Compensated Hardness (gpg) 90 90 110 904 90 90 90 60
Iron (ppm)5 ferrous-clear water Maximum ferrous iron reduction6 0 0 125 0 125 2-125 ,7 15 5
Minimum pH (standard units) 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6.3
Tannin (ppm) 0 0 0 0–2 0 0 0 0
Sulfur (ppm)-SulfurStat 0 0 0 0 0 0-57 0 0
Maximum Chlorine (ppm) 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0
Filtration-nominal rating (microns) 20 25 20 20 20 20 20 20
Media Amount Compartment #18 1.5 lb 2.0 lb 1.5 lb 1.5 lb Empty Empty Empty Empty
Media Amount Compartment #28 Empty 0.4 cu.ft. 0.6 cu.ft. 0.3 cu.ft. 6 lb 27 lb 0.4 cu.ft. 0.4 cu.ft.
Media Amount Compartment #3 Fine Mesh Cation Resin 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft. 1.06 cu.ft.
Backwash Rate @ min. water pressure maximum flow to drain 2.49 39 2.49 2.49 59 Empty 9,10 79 79
Brine Line Flow Control Refill (gpm) 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.5
Water Pressure (min–max psi) 20–120 20–120 20–120 20–120 20–120 30–120 30–120 30–120
Flow Rate @ 25 psi drop-as tested by Hague 19.5 19.5 17 17 23 19.6 19.6 20.5
Flow Rate @ 15 psi drop-as tested by Hague 11 13 10.5 10.5 11.2 10.6 10.6 12.5
Pressure Drop @ Service Flow Rate of 8 gpm 11 psi 11 psi 12 psi 12 psi 9 psi 10 psi 10 psi 11 psi
#1 Setting—Salt lb/grains removed 1.1/5,900 1.1/5,900 1.6/8,400 NA 1/5,200 NA NA NA
#2 Setting—Salt lb/grains removed 3.2/16,300 3.2/16,300 4.2/20,000 NA 2.7/11,900 NA NA 2.7/11,900
#3 Setting—Salt lb/grains removed 6.2/26,700 6.2/26,700 9.6/38,700 8.5/23,100 6.2/23,100 6.2/23,100 6.2/23,100 6.2/23,100
#4 Setting—Salt lb/grains removed 9.5/32,500 9.5/32,500 14.4/49,300 10.7/30,300 9.3/30,000 9.3/29,800 9.3/30,300 9.3/30,300
#1 Salt Setting—Total length of reg. Min/gal 12/13.5 12/16 12/13.5 NA 12/24 NA NA NA
#2 Salt Setting—Total length of reg. Min/gal 18/16.5 18/19 26/20.5 NA 18/27 NA NA 23/70
#3 Salt Setting—Total length of reg. Min/gal 38/26.5 38/29.5 58/36.5 47/31 38/37 44/80 44/80 44/80
#4 Salt Setting—Total length of reg. Min/gal 56/35.5 56/38 74/44.5 64/39.5 58/56 61/89 61/89 61/89
Shipping weight (lb) 135 152 168 152 140 167 160 180
Bacteriostatic-KDF® Process Media* Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
For All Models: Use clean white pellet or solar salt.
Drain Line (Minimum I.D.) 1/2″ Height (inches) 38 1/4″ Salt storage capacity: 200 lb, 90 kg Electrical rating: 115V, 60 cycle Valve Inlet/Outlet 1″ Water Temperature (Min-Max) 40–120 F Floor Space (inches) 15″ x 30″ Brine & Rinse total: 0.65 gpm Brine Draw: 0.25 gpm Rinse: 0.4 gpm Iron reduction to 0.3 ppm or less.
(Not certified by WQA.)
*Listed with the U.S. EPA as a Bacteriostatic Device U.S. EPA # 54369-OH-001. Not certified by WQA.

1
Models 63MAQ, 63BEQ, 63MXQ, 62AMQ and 62APQ are certified by WQA for barium and radium reduction as verified and substantiated by test data. All other models are not certified by WQA and make no health claims.
2
Municipally supplied chlorinated water only.
3
Calcite will add additional hardness to water before softening.
4
Any hardness over 10 gpg will increase the chance of calcium carbonate precipitation. As the hardness increases so does the chance of this precipitation. Must use citric acid to regenerate along with salt.
5
Regeneration every 96 hours is required when iron is present in the raw water supply unless noted otherwise. Use Salt Setting #3 or #4.
6
Iron reduction claims limited to 5 ppm in the state of Wisconsin.
7
Must have a minimum of 2 ppm iron and a minimum of 200 ppm TDS.
8
When adding media in the field, check for proper settings. (See Specifications, above.)
9
Rate of flow must be verified at the end of 1/2″ I.D. drain line.
10
This model has no backwash flow control button or retainer. Must have a minimum of 7 gpm @ 30 psi available for proper backwash. For the purposes of plumbing appliance sizing, only the rated service flow rate and corresponding pressure loss may be used. Prolonged operation of a water softener at flow rates exceeding the tested service flow rate may compromise performance.